After a summer full of stellar releases, the much anticipated by Wetemuh has finally released on all platforms. Available to stream since 11/24, Wetemuh’s new project gives us a window into his life and how he is dealing with the his recent musical success. Earlier this year, the standout from Dallas-Fort Worth was making headlines before the EP, when his first hit single, “Ricky Bobby,” was picked up by Adam 22. The music video for the song was then hosted on his YouTube channel, No Jumper, and reached over 120k views. Shortly after this success on No Jumper, he released popular singles ‘Starbursts,’ and ‘Black Ops,’ on Elevator’s YouTube channel, each with accompanying videos, hitting 259k and 358k views, respectively.
Wetemuh’s new EP, named Jugg Rich EP, features five songs and no features. The project features productions from both 10kadoe (ATM, Pop Rocks) and Khroam (Drake ’n Josh). The EP starts with “Trap House,” which quickly sets the tone as the classic, dark sounding, harmonic mumble from Wetemuh spits bars over a bass heavy beat produced and engineered by himself. “Drake & Josh”, “ATM,” and “Pop Rocks,” the following three songs, all encompass the unique southern style of Wetemuh. Concluding his debut EP, Wetemuh jumped into the kitchen and cooked up catchy hit and fan favorite “How High.”
Wetemuh plans to further promote Jugg Rixh EP over the next few months while also recording new music. Sources have mentioned a possible collaborative tape between Wetemuh and fellow DFW area producers 10kadoe. Wetemuh’s management reported that his team will be working on videos for all five of the songs from the EP. In addition to this, he will be headlining a show in Los Angeles in January, more information on that show to come.
Listen to Jugg Rixh EP on Spotify below:
JUGG RIXH EP, an album by WETEMUH on Spotify